tv FOX and Friends Sunday FOX News September 29, 2013 3:00am-7:01am PDT
well, hey there. good morning. it is saturday, september 29th, 2013. we begin with a fox news alert. on the brink of a government shutdown, overnight the house voting for a plan to fund the government to delay obama care for a year. a plan sure to be dead on arrival in the senate so what does that mean for you and your wallet? we'll break it all down. >> while congress continues to fight over the budget, they're still busy wasting your tax dollars on things like this. >> what's that? >> that's very important. >> why the new list of doosies makes the shrimp on a treadmill
look look a good idea. high school football turns into an all out brawl. >> the coaches getting into the action. you won't believe how this turned out. "fox & friends" begins right now. hello, everyone. welcome in to "fox & friends" on this sunday morning. thank you so much for waking up with us. >> good morning. >> mike jerrick from philadelphia. >> you know what today is? >> national coffee day. #foxcoffee, send us your photos. >> we don't mind the bed head and the morning breath not here. >> we'll tell you where to get free coffee. >> duncan will be here. >> this is a fox news alert
because while you were sleeping, lawmakers in the householding a late night session voting to delay obama care for one year and repeal a tax on the met medical devices funding obama care. government shutdown is almost certain. james is in washington with all the details. what can you tell us? >> good morning, anna, mike and clayton. steny hoyer warned after these midnight votes in the house, i don't think we're near the precipice of a government shutdown, we are on the precipice. they attached an emergency funding bill a pair of measures targeting obama care. the first was a repeal of a tax on medical devices, a measure that would cost almost 30 billion over the next decade and in which 17 republicans joined it. the second delayed implementation of the obama care
health care overhaul. in that vote two democrats crossed the aisle, jim mat thinks son and mike mcintyre. there were two republican defectors, chris gibson and richard hannah from upstate new york. they said these add ones are doa in the upper chamber. the two houses will reach accord before the federal government runs out of money. looks remote this morning and anna, mike, clayton, i have to tell you, the two videos seem backwards. we should be seeing high school athletes on the treadmill and we should be watching shrimp brawl. >> that's part of the government spending plan. >> shrimp fighting. >> it's illegal in most states. >> thanks, james. james up late dealing with all of this craziness. we'll have two congressmen on the show this morning who were up late. we'll have duncan hunter and mike mccall. they will be joining us to tell
us if we will face that shut down. >> it's looking like it will be dead on arrival in the senate. are there any democrats going to step across the party lines? we heard from joe manchin and some other people who have medical device manufacturers in their state. will they cross over? not likely. >> with 17 democrats, they're thinking about repealing the medical devices. 17 democrats came over to that side. it looks like the government is going to shut down tuesday morning when you get up. what does that actually mean for you as you drink your coffee and head out to work? last time we did this, 1996, lasted 21 days. >> 21 days back in 1995 to 1996. here's what won't get cut if the government actually shuts down. right now national defense and
law enforcementwo workers. they won't get paid. pay for our troops. if that doesn't happen, they're still not going to get paid. this won't get cut. >> social security still goes out. medicaid. medicare payments. the paper work may slow down a little bit. you think that probably would happen. united states postal service and mail, we'll still get that. >> you're wondering what is getting shut down similar to what we saw in 1995? national parks, museums, monuments. 41% of nondefense employees fur lowed. gun permit, passport application delays. in those cuts, the military men and women, service members, have to pick up the slack for these civilian jobs. if they act our military members
will get paid. it will be retroactive. how does that help them as they're trying to write their checks to pay their bills? >> guys, i bet we have to think all of these agencies are tightening their bills. >> you think? >> we're not going to spend anymore money. >> you'd be wrong. >> you're absolutely wrong on that. let's go through some of these ideas. as congress fights to cut this budget, waste taxpayers dollars on fruity grants. that's what it's called. >> earmarks. >> this is what tom coburn is fired up about. look, i'm one of the only people talking about this. even in this current spending bill there's all this pork shoved in there. >> 35 wine projects. really? >> radio adds about new jersey blueberries. >> i like them. >> do you need a radio ad to remind you. >> i like maple syrup. do we need to know about massachusetts maple syrup?
>> essentially what's going on, toward the end of the year a lot of people decide to use up their vacation. do we need all of this? >> this has driven me nuts for yeefrs years. have you ever seen the movie "falling down" michael douglas. >> yeah. >> he would say, there's no one working here. >> well, we have to fulfill our quota. it's september 30th so they have to use up their budgets before october 30th. they use it or they don't get money next year. >> if the spigot is being turned off, let me get my cup under there quickly. how about this one. veterans affairs, there's an department there. they want to blow half a million on new artwork for the hallways. >> they just did that last week. >> do you know some of the artwork, they bought sunrise photos. over $20,000. >> happy photos. >> we need that over in the weather center. janice is jealous.
agriculture department, $144,000 in the agriculture department for tone near cartridges. they spent that one day. >> then $178,000 on cubical furniture rehab? is that what we should have done to the kirby couch, scotch guard it. >> it's a 12-step program. you have to go through and spray it clean. >> speaking of the couch, anna, you have a dress on that matches it. >> i was wondering. >> floating arms and legs? >> good to put this behind me? >> let us know what you think about it? we'll be talking about it. >> we have a lot of other headlines to get to this morning as well. i do have this for you. the father of dodgers fan who was stabbed to death after a giants game in san francisco is claiming to come forward today to beg for help from anyone who might have seen what happened to his son. police released their only suspect, michael montgomery,
because there isn't enough evidence to charge him. montgomery's father says his son pulled a knife to protect himself but the victim's family says there's no way. >> they were going to get into their vehicle. a giants fan made a comment. comments were exchanged and an altercation broke out. >> the victim's father also believes witnesses may have recorded the altercation. and louisiana police are trying to figure out what motivated a man to walk into a church service opening fire killing the pastor in front of the congregation. ronald harris sr. was gunned down preaching saturday night including in front of his family. he called police to surrender. cops aren't sure if the two men even knew each other. what is the nsa doing with all the data they collect snd according to a brand new document just released by the nsa leaker edward snowden, they
are creating detailed social media maps on some americans. charting friends locations and even private details like extramarital affairs. meanwhile, the journalist who broke the story on the nsa spying program is starting a new project. glenn greenwald is teaming up with another reporter to investigate the nsa's role in what they call an assassination program. no word on when they will publish their findings. >> a true hero is welcome for several people gathering at the world war ii memorial at our nation's capitol. >> he took my hand and thanked me for my service. i didn't think of it as a service. it was something i wanted to do and the country was good enough to let me do it. >> everybody's so gracious in extending their thanks and gratitude. >> they do this every year. the event known as operation
gratitude. yesterday's trip was believed to be one of the largest taken in a single day. colin powell among the dig na tear ris who stopped by to thank some of the vets. those are your headlines. they're not going to be around forever. >> wonderful. it is my privilege now to introduce janet. >> so nice to see you. >> i haven't seen you in a long time. >> only last month. >> last month. i came to actually see tim in philadelphia. >> she came down to see me. >> keep a separate studio because of just this kind of occasion. >> the love in the room is unbelievable. >> this place looks huge, like a cathedral. >> this is the first time that i have been in here. >> isn't that while? >> i'm star struck. it's great. and i'm so close to you, mike. >> calm down.
loeet's take a look at the map. we have a cold front. we have the feature off shore. we are watching that. that could have been a tropical storm that could have affected the east coast. it's going to remain off shore. across the northwest, they are dealing with a winter type storm coming from the gulf of alaska. look at all the moisture and snow they'll see across the northwest. in some cases we could see over 6 inches of rainfall in a matter of 48 hours. taking a look at your five day forecast for portland, oregon, rainy and blustery today through monday and then things will taper off tuesday, wednesday, thursday. again, it will be a rough next 48 hours for the folks across the northwest. we'll certainly keep you up to date. now back to the kirby couch. >> thanks, janet. >> we'll dance later. coming up here on the show, signing up for obama care, as
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welcome back. starting tuesday millions of americans are supposed to start buying federal insurance coverage online. president obama has promised the obama care process will be easy. >> it's real simple. it's a website where you can compare and purchase affordable health insurance plans side by side the same way you shop for a plane ticket on kayak, the same way you shop for a tv on amazon. you just go on and you start looking, and here are all the options. >> with one click buying just like amazon. but what sort of glitches and problems can we expect? joining us to weigh in is scotty malheus. nice to see you this morning. >> thank you. >> so you say don't trust the numbers as we look through this. this is going to be a big issue. don't trust the numbers. what do you mean by that? >> real simple. the entire plan is based on the backs of our young adults. everybody is thinking young adults will enroll in the program and pay for those that are older.
problem is the young adults can stay on their parents' plan until they're 26, number one. most of them think they're invincible. they'll go to the hospital then if they get in trouble and apply for obama care. >> opportunity for fraud. this won't be simple. opportunity for fraud, what do you mean? >> this expands the base as to how many people can be registered for government aided medicare or medicaid. $98 billion in fraud in 2011 alone. this system is going to be based on the honor system. we're only opening our self for more fraud. >> not everyone can enroll on tuesday. when these things open, go, jump online, do it. >> he why, because it's a great idea to sit there and tell america to log on your computer at the exact same moment and nothing is going to happen. >> right. >> you might have some great hamsters on a wheel somewhere, but it's guaranteed that we are going to have some sort of technical glitches. already they're saying the way they're figuring out how the premiums are going to happen has already been discovered. >> apple two weeks ago when
people tried to download ios 7 server crunch with them. i can imagine the federal government will have issues. be aware of technological failures. >> that's exactly what's going to happen on this case. unfortunately with everything talking about the government shutting down, let's say you can get onto the website. what happens when it does crash? who will take care of this? there will be technological failures. in different states they're delaying it for a month or two before you can get on. >> depends on what state. you're saying you're guaranteeing mass confusion. why so? >> that is one guarantee i can put money on. first of all, you're sitting there looking at the bill. the people who wrote the bill don't understand t. they've hired community workers the last three months. they've put millions of dollars to get them hired to help navigate them through this system. that's never a good thing. these folks are not trained.
they don't know the best for your family. >> the navigator family. >> uh-oh day. don't go near that website. in reality you can wait until literally march of next year before you get fined. most experts agree wait until the end of november, first of december. go talk to your peers in your demographics. make sure you see the trouble that they had. you don't buy the car the first generation. don't buy your health care that way either. >> this will be fascinating to see how federal government web servers hold up on uh-oh day. >> great to see you. >> thank you very much, clayton. a 7th grader suspended for a gun key chain. no bigger than a quarter. driving along and losing control of the wheel. the car had been hacked. it's happening. i got an inside look at the hackers that hacked my car. you won't believe it when we come back. ♪
welcome back, everybody. some headlines for you. miss philippines has been crowned. the new miss world. 23-year-old megan young was actually born in the united states. she beat out 127 contestants vying for the title. there was tight security after threats from muslim hard liners who were opposed to the pageant. they said the pageant is pornography. and a new report is blaming hand held radio problems for the death of 19 elite firefighters back in june. investigators also think the fire circled around them.
this group is called the hot shots, and it circled around too fast cutting off their escape route. how about this, imagine a hacker taking control of your car while you're cruising down the highway. >> you've seen the video. clayton got to experience it firsthand. >> researchers received a grant from the pentagon. to hack your car, they hacked my car. take a look at this. >> the world famous car hackers. is this the hacked car? >> this is the hacked car. 2010 toyota prius. >> why did you decide to do this? >> we need to step back and think about the safety of cars. i'm not against adding new gadgets. we need to worry about the security. i didn't know there was 30 or 40 computers in your car. they all talk to each other. one does seat belts, one steering, one braking.
thing the the interesting thing is how they interact. >> over here we're going to hook up and those go to the obd 2 port which is below your knees. every car has these. they're for reading diagnostic information. they're hooked up to the car's network. we can read and write information to the network. >> you don't need to be driving. the seat belt is controlled by the computer as well. crushing my chest. >> the horn, forever. you can press a button -- >> i'm not even pressing the button. >> we're going to lock all the doors. >> right now we're parked. all right. it's time to hit the road. these guys are going to hack the car while i'm on the road driving. let's go. >> nice day in the beautiful city of pittsburgh. i'm driving my -- wha --
>> you can try to go. >> i'm pressing the accelerator. nothing is happening. i'm doing about 30 miles an hour now. ah. >> press the gas peddle the whole way down and leave it there. >> i've got the gas floored, nothing is happening. >> now we'll release you. >> you can see how that could be a problem. >> yeah. being in a couple lanes of traffic and that happening, that could be bad timing. >> i have total -- i did have total -- >> your hands -- >> whoa! >> um -- >> we can control the steering. >> wow. you guys just ran me right into an embankment. i'm stuck. i can't get out. >> i can get out. >> i can get out.
>> oh, come on. >> as much fun as that was, i think i'm going to walk back. >> thanks a lot. >> have a good trip. >> see you guys. >> that is anchor abuse. could they not find a stunt double for you. >> the camera guy didn't see it coming. i didn't know either. i knew they were going to take control of the wheel. the camera guy was shooting me and he got thrown forward. all they need to do is go up into that diagnostics portion, put a blue tooth button, they'll have total control of your car from 120 feet away. >> even steering is controlled by the computer. >> this is what's so fascinating to me. we used to have the long shaft from the steering wheel down to the wheel -- >> to the drive train. >> you turn the wheel and that would connect it. now that is not even connected
to your wheel. a computer tells your wheels to turn. imagine having total control of that. >> that can be scary. >> thanks, clayton. >> you bet. 28 minutes after the hour. caught on camera, high school football turns into an all out brawl. the coaches even getting into the action. you won't believe how it all turned out. >> nice example. everyone is talking about tonight's final episode of "breaking bad." 9:00 eastern time. so we wanted to know, what are the best series finales of all times? is it "friends?" "sex in the city". >> "sopranos?" >> who made the cut? we'll discuss it when we come back. ♪ ouble. but, dad, you've got... [ voice of dennis ] allstate. with accident forgiveness, they guarantee your rates won't go up just because of an accident.
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>> keep in mind, this man was a teacher with a family. >> he was. he was. so he did what any of us would have done, he started cooking meth. >> okay. i think we can probably wrap this up but justin from new mexico, everybody. >> wait, wait, wait. don't you want to know what happened to my friend? >> no. >> aaron paul on snl last night. leading on to "breaking bad" which is the season if i nal lease tonight. >> i'm hosting a "breaking bad" party today in philadelphia. this is the biggest deal since what? i mean, "sex and the city" finale? >> "sopranos" comes to mind for me. let's take a look at the final scene for that. >> let's order this. ♪ don't stop believing ♪ hold on to that feeling ♪ street lights
♪ don't stop >> then what happens, of course, black. >> black. >> it goes to black. either you hated that or you loved it. >> i always remember the song from not necessarily the series finale but the shows anyway, with that one, journey, for sure, "don't stop believing" it was number one on itunes forever. >> admit that you know every word to the "friends" song. >> i do. you had to sit through it during the commercial. let's take a look. >> you guys have to go to the new house right away or do you have some time? >> we've got some time. >> okay. should we get some coffee? >> sure. >> where? >> where? of course it was central park where they always were, 52 million people liked that. >> did you like that?
as a big "friends" fans, did you like that? ross confessed his love for rachel. >> i was totally bummed because i was one of the biggest seinfeld fans. it was such a big letdown. it was highly rated. here is the final scene of "seinfeld." david later did it on his own show. they kind of redid it on his own show. take a look at this. >> to me that button is in the worst possible spot. >> really? >> oh, yeah. the second button is the key button. it literally makes or breaks the shirt. look at it. it's too high. it's in no man's land. >> haven't we had this conversation before? >> you think? >> i think we have. >> yeah, maybe we have. >> oh, so disappointing. >> such a letdown. i think they tried to do too much, bring back every character. >> yeah. >> but it was a show about nothing and it should end about
nothing. >> what about "cheers" where everybody knows your name. the final scene of this one. >> this one is good. he shuts off the life. you know he's still there. sam will stick around at the bar still. >> that was satisfying. >> one of the biggest shows ever on tv is "mash." every time the helicopter comes over the ridge, i turn it off. >> i, too, have never seen one episode. >> viewers are writing in, one word, "mash." so "mash" was number one. send us your favorite -- there it is. send us your favorite series and season finales of all times. tonight is "breaking bad." >> tweet us on facebook, e-mail us. >> i think it will, too. i think it's going to be great. >> hope you have a great, fantastic party. >> thank you. 6:37 the time. on to headlines. fox news confirmed the second in command of the nation's nuclear arsenal has been suspended from his duties.
navy vice admiral tim j.heradina is suspected in a case involving counterfeit gambling chips in western iowa. a state investigation is ongoing. mass chaos at a high school football game in indianapolis. two rival assistant coaches start throwing punches after a player is tackled out of bounds. then both teams and even fans in the stands were joined in. police were called to the scene. one of the coaches landed in the hospital. >> we teach our kids not to retaliate when that happens, and the fact that he did throw a punch even though he was hit, he was provoked is something that we just can't condone. >> well, one coach has already been suspended for the rest of the season. the indiana high school athletics association says they
are investigating. school zero tolerance policy simply gone too far. the latest case, a rhode island seventh grader suspended for having a key chain in the size of a gun. it's the size of a quarter. it fell out of his backpack. that's when the teacher confiscated it and the principal suspended the student for three days. we want to know what you think about this. tweet it for us or e-mail us. we're going to be receipting some of your tweets later in the show. and a dare dacdevil donning wing suit and flies through a crack in a chinese mountain. watch this. >> dang. >> whew! no thank you. that's jeb corliss better known as the flying dagger. corliss has jumped from the i
eiffel tower, the space needle but calling this one the hardest one he has ever done. >> threading the needle. >> we've already had some votes here, best series ever "newheart show". >> janice dean, what do you say? >> you know, i loved the "sopranos." the "newheart" one was good. >> stay off social media tonight. >> i don't want to see it. i don't want to see it on twitter. it will take me a month to go through the five seasons. don't tell me a thing. you know what, i've got to tell you a little bit about the weather. we are dealing with some showers here and be there across the great lakes down through the mid mississippi river valley. we're also dealing with the potential for many inches of rain and some snow across the northwest. have a very powerful system pounding this area not only today but through really tuesday. we're going to get inches of rain, the potential for flooding and mountain snow.
there are your current temperatures, 53 in kansas city, 58 in new york. cool across the west. 72 in san antonio, 71 along the gulf coast. a quick look at new york. look at the northeast, guys. beautiful temperatures throughout the work week and this is the type of forecast where i like to say i'm fully responsible. back to you inside. >> you take no blame when it pours down rain. >> or blizzards on us. >> high five to you. >> next on our rundown, radical islam wagging war on christianity. why are christians being targeted and why isn't the mainstream media talking about it. we will talk about it. >> already thinking about flying home for the holidays? good news, the exact thing you've got to buy to get the best deal just revealed. we've got it coming up next. ♪ i want to fly away ♪ yeah, yeah, yeah ♪ i want to get away ♪ i want to fly away
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nice to see you. thanks for spending your sunday morning with us. 44 minutes after the hour. quick headlines. a piece of history goes up in smoke in pennsylvania. 200 pounds of explosives used to demolish an 87-year-old mason town bridge in pittsburgh. in 1925 when the bridge was built, mt. rushmore was a proposal, the pittsburgh pirates won the world series. now is the best time to buy your tickets to fly home for the holidays. experts say you can get the cheapest fares between now and mid october. you can save up to $10 by booking your flight on tuesday afternoon. tell grandma you're booking the tickets. mike, over to you. that's when i book my tickets, tuesday. the massacre in that nairobi mall one week ago is only one
example of the islamic extremist war against christianity. many activists have one thing in common, christian faith. why have christians become the focus of these terrorist attacks. joining us now is the vice president of salem radio network, lee habib. >> thanks for having me on, mate. >> i mentioned the mall but egypt, syria, pakistan, one after the other. why isn't the media covering this? >> well, this is just a natural bias of the media, mike. if this was muslims attacking -- christians attacking mosques all over the middle east and africa and driving muslims out of their country, you can be sure, mike, that the mainstream media would be covering this. they're ignoring this story and it's straight bias. >> explain that a little bit more. is the story -- i hate to use the this term. is the story not sexy enough?
>> it doesn't interest them because it doesn't comport to their narrative, mike. they're always looking for a bad christian story. let's take the fake pastor in florida, no members, he threatened to burn a koran. so worried was the mainstream media about offending them, they covered a real story. a mass exodus of christians from the middle east from the majority muslim country is not covered, not as a long running narrative. >> explain more why you think that narrative exists, especially in 2013. >> look at president obama. his theory was if we reach out to muslims, if we treat muslims the same as christians, especially radical muslims, not the moderates, maybe they'll like us better. all these religions are the same. the fact of the matter is, they're not all the same.
there is a large component of islam. 10, 15%. that's large with a religion that has over 1 billion people. that can be 100 million people that are predisposed to tell christians to get out of dodge. >> you'll never get to those extremists. these are not accidental attacks. these are definitely deliberate attacks. lee, great to see you, thanks very much. >> thank you. confused about obama care, you're not alone. listen to this. >> somebody please call an ambulance. >> no, don't call an ambulance, i don't have health insurance. >> what? >> what? why didn't you sign up? >> it was too complicated to figure out. that was last night on "saturday night live." and forget what you heard. a snack before bed is good for you. yeah, and it maybe can even help you lose weight. we have the details. are you serious, doctor? >> yes, absolutely. >> i can eat cheese!
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and 52 minutes after the hour. this almost sounds like a bad joke. what elvis, a good night's sleep and having a snack have in common. i'm making an elvis presley peanut butter and banana snack. dr. anita radcliffe is here to explain. who puts the peanut butter in the refrigerator? the idea is that you have to eat something small, right? >> correct. >> key is proportion size. most experts recommend between 150 and 200 calories for any type of snack that you have late
at night. >> still, people think i'm eating calories, this isn't going to be good for me. how does that work and help you lose weight? >> eating late at night is not a problem as long as you keep the portion small. it's no more calories eating it at 10:00 at night versus 9:00 in the morning. your body releases a hormone that makes your stomach growl. >> when you're sleep deprived hormonally what happens to you? >> it sends your body out of whack. it brings us to very high levels. it ends up needing more high calor calorie, more high fat food. >> so this elvis sandwich minus the bacon na normally goes on this is a good option? >> very good option. multi-grains, bananas and peanut butter. >> multi-grains or calcium are the sleep cycle.
cottage cheese, plain low fat yogurt, multi-grains. have fun. add nuts, cheese, bananas. >> people are looking going peanut butter sandwich looks good. i want the chocolate, the chips and salsa. what are the problems with those foods? >> we all want those things. the problem with chocolate is it has caffeine. that can keep you awake at night. caffeine free sodas, they still contain caffeine. they can make your stomach bloated. you won't sleep well. items high in carbs. cookies are fun at night. >> milk and cookies, come on. >> the problem is that carbs like that hit you like a jolt of lightening and then you get hungry soon after. you'll get hungry again. plain bread, white bread, that's all carbohydrates. spice ji foods like salsa, that can cause you to have acid reflux and make you not fall asleep. >> even if i'm not trying to lower my calories during the rest of the day and i eat 200 extra calories, i'm still not
going to gain weight? >> you won't gain weight. if you snack at night, you will still have a breakfast. eating breakfast is one of the key things to having a moderate calorie intake throughout the day. >> what are am so of the problems we will have if we eat the foods like the chocolate that will keep us awake. salsa i've heard is associated with nightmares. >> it can be. nightmares as well as acid reflux. >> okay. dr. nina radcliffe, thank you so much. shall we try this? >> absolutely. >> i need to have half of it for the 150 calories. >> this is probably the thickest elvis presley sandwich ever. >> without the bacon. speaking of food, what's really going on behind the scenes at your favorite restaurants? >> the mystery diners have revealed that newly hired chef david owns his own competing company. >> david's eitalian eats. >> is stealing my customers. say it ain't so, the host of
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good morning to you. it is sunday the 29th of september, 2013. i'm anna coyman. we begin with a fox news alert. while you were sleeping our nation inching closer to a government shutdown. house lawmakers passing a bill that will continue to fund the government but delaying obama care. is this bill dead on arrival when it hits the senate? we're live in washington, d.c., with the details. what happens if the government shuts down? who gets paid, who does not get
paid. why it may have a major impact on your wallet. and at the center of this whole budget battle, obama care. a plan that some are saying is so confusing that even the comedians at snl couldn't help. >> somebody please call an ambulance. >> no, don't call an ambulance, i don't have health insurance. >> what? what? why didn't you sign up? >> it was too complicated to figure out. >> "fox & friends" hour two starts right now. come on in. it is "fox & friends" on this sunday morning. it is national coffee day. >> that's right. >> 85% of americans drink coffee. dunkin donuts is here to bring a whole bunch of coffee in. sorry we didn't send any to you at home. we apologize. >> we are looking for your photos of drinking coffee, rubbing it in our face that you're still in or sitting on the couch. >> finish your instagrams and
use the hashtag #foxcoffee. >> send it in. >> we like it. first, we'll follow what's going on with the government right now. while you were sleeping, lawmakers in the house had a midnight vote green lighting one year delay for obama care and repealing a tax on medical devices in exchange for funding the government. the leaders say it's dead on arrival at the senate. this looks almost certain. >> this must be a big story, anna, because james rosen has come in on a sunday morning. he's in d.c. >> up late. >> reporter: good morning to you guys. the only thing that house republicans and democrats could agree on in their series of midnight votes was that if the federal government is forced to shut down on tuesday, as you say seeming likely, u.s. troops would continue to be paid. that passed unanimously. beyond that they used their majority to take on to a emergency bill to keep the federal government funded beyond
a pair of measures. one was an appeal on a tax on medical devices. the other slapped a tax on it. >> we know that it is making $600 billion in cuts to medicare. we know that it is not ready for primetime. there have been 1200 wavers given to this program. >> democrats noting that they control the senate blasted republicans for staging largely symbolic votes that will have the affect of the funding and plunging the country into crisis. >> the representatives cannot work together. >> the vote to delay obama care by one year, two democrats and two republicans defected from their respective ranks while 17
democrats joined with the republicans on the vote to repeal the tax on medical devices, a similar measure that was planned earlier this year. >> we expect to see instagram coffee photos because you were up late working. >> what happens if a government shutdown occurs? we have historical context. remember 1995 was the last time that this bad boy happened. this was 21 days it lasted in 1995, from december right through the holidays up through the new year. >> there is not good. hey, maybe this is great taxpayer dollars are going to be safe. not the case. i was watching "fox report" last night. jennifer griffin had the report. they said $1.9 billion was the cost of that trickle down in 1995 to 1996. >> how will that affect you? >> what won't get cut, what will get cut? national defense and law
enforcement workers. entitlements will still be there. >> social security, medicaid, medicare payments. the payments may be delayed, but they will be there. >> good news, your jurng mail will still arrive. the pottery barn catalogs will still get to you. >> that's right. you can deck out your house for some halloween paraphernalia. they will still arrive. as governor huckabee was talking about, some of the national parks, museums, monuments, mt. rushmore, they will be closed. >> 41% of nondefense federal employees will be furloughed. >> that's 800,000 to 1 million people. >> those are the people that might do science projects as it relates to the national parks. these are, again, not the folks who are in military uniforms. >> paperwork may slow down a little bit, like the gun permits, passport applications, things like that. >> yeah. >> so if you're planning an overseas trip, try to get your passport, good luck right now for that. do you fear a government shutdown?
we've asked some of our viewers this morning. do you want government to get out of the way in all of this. send us your exmails, friends at fox.com. you can continue to weigh in. >> if there is no deal, one thing that will happen on tuesday, october 1st, the obama care exchanges are still going to be opening despite problems. >> right. >> we had a person from the tea party news network on earlier describing that. take a listen. >> the people who wrote this bill, they don't understand it, hence, that's why i think the majority of congress didn't want to join in on it, number one. number two, they've hired community workers the last three months. they've put millions of dollars on trying to get them hired to help navigate them through this system. that's never a good thing. these folks are not trained. they don't know health care law. they don't know the best for your family. >> highlights one of the lies that was told to us about obama care to push it through, that you could keep your doctor. this is does not even i.d. the doctors. >> another huge problem is the
website setup to go for the exchanges on tuesday. what scotty is talking about is the mass confusion. yes, go to that website on tuesday and sign up and you can get access to those exchanges. if the government shuts down, it's not just a website. there are people behind the scenes that run a website. it's not just a robot. who is going to be there? what kind of confusion will ensue? often if everyone is being told to go there on day one, we remember when everyone tried to download the software on their iphone, things ran into a stand still because people were trying to download this software. >> for a while, months and months, maybe years, some people haven't been paying attention. it seems like everybody is paying attention. even when comedians at "saturday night live" take on this confusion topic, you know it's getting through. that's exactly what happened last night on snl. >> i've asked regular americans to come out and tell you how the affordable care act will change their lives for the better. >> thank you. thank you, mr. president, and
let me start by saying i am psyched for obama care! >> there you go. i love that enthusiasm. >> because now that i've got free health care, i can get sick all the time. whew! >> i'm senator ted cruz, and i do not like you in a box. i do not like you with a fox. >> oh, no, not more dr. seuss, come on. >> i speak for the trees because the trees do not speak. ♪ i signed up ♪ be like me ♪ it's as easy as 1, 2, 3 ♪ 4, 5, 6 >> somebody, please call an ambulance. >> no, don't call an ambulance, i don't have health insurance. >> what? why didn't you sign up? >> it was too complicated to figure out. i'm not a citizen either. >> okay. i have not explained this law well. my apologies.
live from new york, it's saturday night! >> that explained it well. if it's a flawed bill, it's going to be exempt for big business crone yis of his, why not for individuals, too? >> also, the website is not a process that will be as easy as goings on and buying a television from amazon. the one click? amazon has one click payment. let's see if this is as easy as going to amazon and buying a tv or a pair of shoes. >> we shall see. >> impossible. we have other news headlines to get to on your sunday morning. the father of a son stabbed to death at giants stadium. he wants anyone who may seen anything come forward. and police release their only suspect in this case. michael montgomery because there isn't enough evidence to charge him. montgomery's father said his son pulled a knife to protect himself. the victim's family says there's no way. >> they were going to get into their vehicle. a giants fan made a comment.
comments were exchanged an an altercation broke out. >> the victim's father also believes witnesses may have recorded the altercation and is asking folks to come forward with that. there is word this morning that kenyan officials had advanced warning about the possibility of a terror attack before the mall massacre in nairobi one week ago. last year law enforcement submitted a report saying al shabaab could attack the west gate mall. louisiana police are trying to figure out why a man walked into a church service opening fire killing the pastor. ronald harris sr. was gunned down while preaching friday night in front of some 65 people, including his wife. police say woodrow carrey shot harris twice at close range before taking off. he then later surrendered to them. investigators aren't sure if the two men even knew one another.
a soldier gets creative with a surprise for his family disguising himself as the high school polar bear mascot. the army specialist never saw it coming. >> he had no idea what was going on for a few seconds. it was amazing. they had no idea i was out here in that uniform or anything. >> specialist justin may was gone for 11 months including 9 months that he spent in afghanistan. his father knew he was back in america but had no idea he'd arrive in their hometown. >> they're getting creative. getting better and better. >> one guy dressed up in a football uniform yesterday. i was here walking down manhattan. there's guys dressed in elmo costum costumes. you never know. >> you never know. >> dressed up as janet stein, you never know. >> hey, janice. >> good morning. let's take a look at what's going on outside especially the northwest. look at all of the moisture streaming into the northwest.
inches of rain and mountain snow. this will last not only today but into monday and tuesday. as you take a look at the forecast satellite imagery. this is a very powerful storm coming from the gulf of alaska. also looking at heavy rain over texas. south texas through parts of louisiana through arkansas. some cases they got 6 inches of rain in just a matter of hours. that's caused flash flooding in and around the san antonio region. there's a look at the radar estimated precipitation down through austin and into san antonio and south texas where they received a lot of rain in a short period of time. flash flood watches are still posted. a quick look at your daytime highs. looking pretty good. warm in minneapolis. 76 and 77 in kansas city. beautiful temperatures and weather will lass across the northeast. we're watching a disturbance in the caribbean that could move into the gulf of mexico or perhaps move up the coast just off the east coast.
we'll continue to monitor that. we're still into tropical season which ends november 30th. it has been quiet. we haven't had a lot of hurricanes. >> this has been one of the nicest stretches of weather here in new york in years. >> i will take full credit. >> you watch it if that disturbance gets rough. then we'll blame you. >> i won't take full credit y. back to our top story. delaying obama care in the house. duncan hunter is next. then this little kid couldn't finish his sled ride so his pal, the bull doing, does it for him. the amazing video going viral. we're going to show you next. >> it's snowing already? where was that? ♪ ♪ run, go, go! did he just fumble? "i" formation! "i" formation! we have got to get the three-technique block!
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quarter past the hour now. the continuing resolution to delaying president obama's health care is headed to the senate tomorrow. can house republicans sell a one year delay when senator harry reid says the gop bill is dead on arrival. >> let's ask california congressman duncan hunter. welcome to the program once again. >> thanks for having me. >> tomorrow, 2:00, the senate, what's going to happen? >> i don't know. it's up to the senate. the house did what the house can do. it's up to the senate. i think it's unfair of senator reid to say he's not going to listen to us, not going to negotiate. he's not going to put it up for a bill. we did what we feel we need to do about obama care which is delay it. we think it's going to be a d dissaskatchewaner for the nation. >> it sounds like there's wiggle room on the repeal of the tax on
the medical devices. would that be a big enough compromise for new. >> no. the cr would have to have the one year -- >> delay? >> absolutely. we think this is going to be the biggest problem in the entire american economy. we think it's going to be based off of the implementation of the obama care and the taking over of the health care sector. this thing isn't working. it's had major problems. we're not asking for it to go away totally. we're saying give it one year. the administration gave businesses one year. we say give people one year, too. let's make sure it works right before we implement it. >> congressman, we've had a threat of a government shutdown some nine times since it actually happened in 1995. if it does, indeed, happen, what do the republicans need to do to say, hey, this is not our fault? >> you know, number one, a crisis is when you have a family member get sick. a crisis is when you lose your job. a crisis is not when the bureaucrats here in d.c. don't have to go to work for two or three days. so i'm not sure that it's going
to be as bad as people think, number one. number two, as well, if the government shutting down in this country affects the economy that badly, then maybe the government is too deeply involved in the american economy. i think we're going to have to play this out and see. once again, the house did its job. we passed it to the senate. we can't control harry reid and the senate. >> real quickly. let me try to take the other side here then. it's a law. you guys down there in d.c. and ladies passed it. the president ran on obama care. we re-elected him. so why are you going to take it away from him? some people do want it? >> sure. because we have the house of representatives. republicans have the house. the people duly elected us and we have the right to do what we think is the right thing and that's what we're doing in this case. we really -- you know, in these kinds of situations you have to do what you think is right and, you know, let the cards fall where they may. that's what we're doing. it's, again, up to the senate. all we're asking for is a one-year delay again.
it should be fairly easy in my opinion seeing how bad the rollout of obama care is. >> if you delay, i'm sure the president -- i don't know why they want to delay it. they want to get rid of it. >> the president's happy to negotiate with everybody but us, including iran, not congress. >> representative hunter, the name-calling has gotten out of this world calling republicans an arcists, comparing them to suicide bombers. what needs to happen so they can come to the table and come to a compromise on this snnchts i don't know. i don't know what the answer is strategy wise for the senate or the president. you can make this over complicated. you guys are here to talk about that. my job and my colleagues in the house, our job is to try to do what we think we were elected by the people in our districts to do, and that's what we did last night. that's what we're going to stand by. >> thank you for getting up early after a long, long night. we appreciate it.
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live by the numbers. first 106,772, that's how many people applied for gun purchases in maryland this year. the state is seeing record gun sales right before a sweeping gun control law takes effect tuesday. next, 25,000, that's how much the epa is giving for the construction of park benches in mix i could he that will be made from trash pulled from the tijuana river. and 500, that's how many classic chevys are out for auction in pierce, nebraska. clayton? well, his show dishes up a shocking behind the scenes look at what goes on when restaurant employees think the boss isn't looking. watch. >> after conducting an undercover sting operation at the groves bar and grill in
arizona, the 34isster ri diners show that david owns his own competing catering company. >> david's italian eats. >> he's stealing customers. >> he has a personal card for your restaurant. >> and is using owner dennis pet at this's supplies and kitchen to operate his business. >> i would love to sample something. >> he's using my recipes, my kitchen. >> i look forward to having you guys kater it. >> oh, man. charles styles is the host of mystery diners on the food network. charles, great to see you this morning. did that guy get fired? >> he did get fired, yes. >> i hope so. that's not the case, many times in some of the restaurants you're investigates, many get forgiven. how does that happen? >> it depends on the circumstances, the level of the issue at hand. sometimes it's correctible and other times in the case of theft, you know, you have to let them go. >> you've been doing this for a long time so you run a company that actually investigates restaurants. people call you.
how does that work? >> my company, business evaluation services has been around for 20 years now. we serve a number of industries, food, bars. we've been working with the food network. we're currently in season four of "mystery diners." restaurant owners will call us to help them out. >> you have amazing examples of some of the more outrageous things you've seen. in los angeles at whisky dicks. >> they had an escort service that was running outside of a bar which is outrageous because they are not an escort service. the manager deemed it her responsibility to run her own business. >> in this bar what do you do? do you come in and set up cameras? >> we run a team of -- a covert operation, we bring in hidden throughout the restaurant. we bring in mystery diners to
find out from behind the scenes what's going on. >> ask leading questions. you have mystery diners that say, i'm kind of interested at whisky dicks, do you have any escorts? >> it was a late night poaching. the girls were brought in to kind of do their own thing and drum up their own business. >> some of the other stories, la trabiata. what happened there? >> they specialize in fresh and organic foods. they decided to use nonorganic and not necessarily the items that were supposed to be served on the dish. >> how did you catch them? >> hidden cameras, mystery diners, working the kitchen and paying attention. >> and seeing that the ingredients weren't organic, getting them down at the target or k-mart. >> wherever they could get their supplies. >> amazing.
>> we hear about these stories. it makes me scared to go to a restaurant now. this has got to be happening at restaurants all over the country. is your phone just ringing off the hook? >> i mean, we serve a lot of businesses. i mean, obviously there are these things that do happen and that's why our business is in prai place, but, yeah, that's why having this in effect is necessarily. >> what advice do you have for struggling businesses? >> pay attention to customers. pay attention to service. do a better job in your interviews. do a background check and put cameras in your restaurant. >> and pay attention. >> charles styles is the host of "mystery diners" that airs wednesday nights on the food network in season four right now. check it out. charles, great to see you this morning. >> thank you. coming up, a-rod's career, is it "figuresly over? alex rodriguez opening up and calling the last year of his
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happy national coffee day, america. you're looking live down 48th street here as we open up the 7:30 news hour. >> what's going on? >> you want the blue and white one. >> dunkin donuts. it's national coffee day. today at dunkin donuts they've been kind to bring in donuts and a box of joe. >> what's their deal? >> that i have eveir deal is a . download the free duncan app and you'll get a free hot coffee there. >> they have packaged coffee. >> it's half off. >> $5.99. you get the 14 count k-cups, $7.99. that's how done kunkin. >> that's my favorite. when i'm on the road.
we find 24 hour done kunkin don. don't tell crispy kreme. you can enter for a free large coffee. >> the hot now sign is flashing, you want to go there multiple times today. >> have you ever been to tim horton's? >> up in canada? >> i have. >> happy coffee day there. when you place your order to get a second cup of coffee. you have to say, happy national coffee day. >> and they'll give it to you. >> a second cup. >> earlier i asked you to send us your instagram photos. use #foxcoffee. we want to see bed head. >> drinking coffee. >> john sent us this. it looks like their dog is drinking coffee. >> thank you so much. >> this came from gail out of
texas. >> she has her fox news mug. that's how she's drinking her coffee. >> thank you, gail. >> we want to see humans. maybe hazel is showing herself. >> they're watching the show. >> they don't want to -- >> we want to see your faces. we want to see the thick glasses that you're wearing. >> nobody's showing their -- >> there's some. >> here's gary. gary sent in his picture. >> that is funny. nobody wants to get up, shower, comb their hair and take a picture of themselves. >> full makeup. >> #fox did have coffee. send us your photos on twitter, instagram. >> we'll be talking like this most of the rest of the day because we've had more coffee. >> this is my fourth cup. 35 minutes after the hour. a massachusetts state trooper facing dui charges in connection with a crash that killed a mother and daughter. police say john bassler's blood alcohol level was three times the legal limit when he hit the
family head on last sunday. he was off duty at the time of the incident and has been placed on leave pending the outcome of the investigation. two teenagers are under arrest in connection with the robbery of a television news crew in new mexico. the security guard working with a reporter fired shots. the latest in a series of robberies in the san francisco area. some stations regularly hire security guards for their staff. >> wow. >> and the yankees season is almost over. tomorrow a rod's arbitration hearing begins. if he loses the penalty would knock him out for the entire 2014 season and the first part of 2015. a-rod said he is excited to get the process started. and an unlikely site.
>> okay, go! >> [ bleep ]. >> you let the dog go. the dog. >> that's a good one. >> the kid takes a spill, the dog takes over. the pint size dog stealing the sled as soon as the kid falls off. no word on when this video was shot, it's just beginning to go viral. >> is it already snowing out there? >> janet said it is snowing up in the cascade mountains of washington. maybe oregon. >> you are correct, mike. >> you are correct. >> yes. you win a prize. please save me dunkin donuts. >> which one do you want? >> all of them, please. >> two boxes. >> remember that "saturday night live" sketch where i don't know who it was, but they were eating mini donuts for breakfast. it was a little --
>> alec baldwin. >> that would be me. i'm going to be eating a lot of big donuts. >> i won't say what they were. this is morning television. >> moving right long. this would be the cue to go to the map. there is the satellite radar imagery. there's a little bit of rain over the great lakes and texas. this is a front that is continuing to bring a lot of rainfall, especially over south texas. three to six inches in just six to 12 hours. there is the northwest where mike was saying they are seeing some snow in the higher elevations of the cascades. look at seattle, washington. we're dealing with storms monday into tuesday. quite a bit of rain and mountain snow for that region. the temperatures are chilly actually at night. let's take a look at our highs across the country. very warm across the central u.s. 71 in memphis, 83 in dallas. 72 beautiful degrees here in new york city where it is just a picture perfect forecast this weekend and into early next
week. so we're going to talk donuts and healthy lunches. right? are we going to talk about healthy lunches? >> clayton is going away from the donuts. that's why we're asking you to stretch. >> eating a donut. >> we have some healthy options here. >> we're choking down sugar so we have to change this. are your children tired of those boring brown bagged lunches? well, now you can really spruce it up. >> this popular mommy food blogger may have revolutioned lunchtime. >> i hope so. >> she's the founder of weliscius.com. >> it's wee and delicious. it's really all for the entire family. you can bring these lunches to work. i'm planning on packing all of your lunches tomorrow. i'm thinking ahead. i have to get you rid of those do you nuts donuts. >> in moderation.
>> is this the strawberry lunch box? >> yes, this is strawberry cream cheese sushi rolls. i'm going to get you cooking. >> two people want to start rolling out bread. these sushi rolls, everyone is used to a plain sandwich. >> rolling out bread? >> smash it down? >> yes. get it going. we're going to roll out the bread. >> they look more exciting, more fun. you can roll anything that you want into them. you can -- >> essentially you'll make it look like this. >> makers of banana dog bite. this is strawberry cream cheese sushi. sometimes we make sweet sandwiches. i have cream cheese and olive tamponade. >> if you make eating healthy look fun, you can get kids especially to choke it down, huh? >> yes. >> tamponade in there? >> those are olives? >> it's olives. it's savory and salty. little parmesan cheese.
>> you roll it out and it looks nice. >> so i've got some -- these are laptop lunch box, planet lunch boxes. you open them up and you can see all of your choices. for the picky eaters, i don't want to eat that, i don't want to eat that. you open this up and you have variety. a fruit, a vegetable, a carbohydrate and protein. >> if you like the mexican stuff here. >> south of the boarder. >> hikima. >> who knew, who knew. >> that's pretty easy. >> what are these? >> this is called my kind of candy. it's a little bit of chocolate and some nuts. >> chocolate? >> they're really nutritious, delicious. they're in balls, fun shapes. that's as important to feed the eye as well as the palate. >> this time of year it has fall fruit salad. banana ball bites. these are rice kris pi treat balls. >> my son is 3 years old.
this is what he would eat. >> what else do you have? >> this is roasted carrot hummas. this is great for vegetarians. just regular hummas. >> you have the fiber and protein. >> exactly. >> it doesn't hurt that everything is so color full. >> fun, healthy, nutritious. >> it's portion controlled because of the sections in the lunch box. where can we find these? >> this is a planet box. laptop lunch box. you can get them online. i feed my husband with this lunch. it's not just for kids, for adults too. >> the name of the book again? >> "weelicious lunches." >> thank you, kathryn. >> thank you. >> if you miss this, go to foxnews.com. you can get the recipes on our website. >> 42 minutes past the hour. next up, it's sunday. there's a brand new study on the
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hits. with us is dr. rebecca demerist. nice to see you this morning, doc. welcome. >> thank you for having me. >> what do you mean by that, pop warner football kids are taking adult hits? >> well, this one study that you were referring to is looking at young kids ages 7 to 12 and trying to discern, you know, how many head hits are they getting in a practice and a game and using some equipment that they can put in the helmets, they've been able to figure out the forces behind that. interestingly enough, some of those hits are as heavy as some of the hits that you might see in a high school, college, or professional player. some of them are getting some pretty big hits. >> wow. what does that mean? when they're getting big hits, why do we care about the way in which our 7-year-olds are getting hit? is it going to carry over to them later in life and affect them? >> that's the exact question. we don't necessarily know the answers. we worry if you get your head
hit over time repetitively, either with big hits or hits that are smaller, subconcussive type blows, that you may be at risk for injuring your brain and the problem is we just don't know. this is one of the first studies to really look at that young age group. we have a lot more data when it comes to high school, college, professional athletes in football, but we don't have a lot of data regarding these huge number of kids that are playing football. >> that's a good point. the pros are trying to tackle this, even colleges and high school. is there any restriction on how a pop warner kid would be playing and practicing more importantly? >> in 2012 pop warner came up with new guidelines based upon some of the data that's out there that suggests that we should limit some of the contact practice time that kids are seeing. so they started to enforce some of these rules where kids aren't spending as much time in practice hitting and we're hoping that that will decrease the risks that they have overall
when it comes to head injury. >> sure. some of the stuff we see on our screen. no full speed head on blocking or tackling drills, limit on contact practice. doc, you hear that kids' brains are malleable. you don't have to worry as much about them, running their heads into parts of the desk and things in the house, we don't have to baby proof things as much. it's not as much of a problem as it is for adults. what do you know from all of your research? is that true or is that a myth? >> so i think the positive note is that we do think kids bounce back very well if they have an injury or something that happens to them. kids' brains can recover from injury but we obviously don't want to put them at risk if they don't need to be. i think trying to make a sport that so many people love and so many people are going to play as safe as we can possibly make it speaks wonders to just what we should be doing for our kids and making it fun and safe for them to play. >> that's a good point, doctor. we're not going to stop playing football. we have to be a little more
careful. thank you, doctor. >> absolutely. thank you. coming up here on the show, speaking of football. high school football game turns into an all out brawl. >> coaches getting into the action and you won't believe how this one turned out. >> and planning to catch a movie today? which one is worth your cash? kevin mccarthy. i hope he has coffee. >> he doesn't need it. >> no. there's a couple bombs out there but a couple of really good movies to see this weekend. >> we'll tell you.
romantic come diswith some race car action thrown in to boot. >> while one of the romcoms has our next guest raving the other one is ranting. >> good morning. thank you for having me on the show. i appreciate it. >> kick it off. is the first one you're going to be kicking off here the new car movie? >> no, "don john." this is written and produced by joseph gordon leavitt. it's adult film and romantic comedy. each of them create unrealistic thoughts about how certain aspects of our relationships should be. it's all about finding true love. i think this film from a director's standpoint is phenomenal. the first time doing it. the editing is great, you have a reuniting element with tony dan
za. i think joseph gordon leavitt is one of the most talented actors. it's unconventional. it's not predictable. not cliche. 4 1/2 out of 5. this is an explicit film not for the kids at all. >> okay. >> not for the kids. >> i want to see "baggage claim" and you better not tell me that it stinks because i'm in love with paula. >> no, you do not want to see this movie. i love paula patton. listen to this ridiculous plot line. she's a flight attendant who has to find the man of her dreams in 30 days and she somehow has to run into them on the plane so they're all going to -- all of her exs are going to fly within a 30 day period. >> totally plausible. totally plausible. >> let's move on. >> she has to redate her exs. this is one of the worst films i've seen this year. >> all right. >> unbelievably -- >> here's one you love.
>> right. >> so predictable. so predictable and cliche. >> "rush" you say you're giving four stars. this is the racing rivalry. >> yes, james hunt and nicky loudon. he lost 30 pounds for the role, chris hemsworth. ron howard film. mike, please skip "baggage claim," man, it's absolutely terrible. >> scene four, racing a star. >> four stars. >> four stars out of five. >> "don john" and "rush," skip "baggage claim." what are you on twitter? >> @at kevin mccarthy tv. >> he was drinking red bull. >> i can tell. still nursing our wounds from last week. 56 minutes after the hour. while you were sleeping our nation inching closer to a government shutdown, house lawmakers passing a bill that
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hey there. good morning to you. it is sunday the 29th of september 2013. i'm anna coyman. we start with a fox news alert this sunday. teetering on the brink of a government shutdown. the plan is sure to be dead on arrival in the senate, so what does that mean for you and your wall late? we'll break it all down. while congress battles over the budget, they're still busy wasting tax dollars on some things like, that. >> never gets old. >> we have a list of doosies that may purt tt the shrimp on back burner. then a seventh grader suspended from school for a gun key chain no bigger than a
quarter. is this another example of zero tolerance or is this a real threat. your e-mails and tweets are pouring in on this. "fox & friends" hour three starts right now. national coffee day. 85% of americans drink it. we're drinking it right now. if you're drinking it, accepted us a tweet, instagram, #fox did have -- #foxcoffee. >> we want bed head photos. some are coming in and taking them to heart. they're getting fully dressed. >> i want to thank that particular woman for sending one a few minutes ago. thank you for that. >> it woke mike up. >> i'll say -- >> woke me up, too. >> i'll just say jean shorts. >> no top. >> but, first, while up sleeping, this morning on fox news alert for you. lawmakers in the householding a late night session voting to delay obama care by one year.
they're going to send the bill back to the senate where it faces steep opposition in government shutdown almost looks pretty certain there. james rosen is live in washington fully suited up to do battle. >> reporter: i bring you not jean shorts but i do bring you a look at the coffee i'm drinking. no product placement. it rhymes with glarchuck. the only thing that house republicans and democrats, both of them super caffeinated could agree on in their series of midnight votes overnight was that if the federal government is forced to shut down on tuesday, as now seems likely, u.s. troops continue to get paid. that passed unanimously. beyond that, republicans used their majority in the lower chamber to tack on to an emergency bill to keep the federal government funded beyond tuesday. a pair of measures that targeted the president's signature law. one was a repeal of a tax on medical devices. the other slapped a one-year
delay on the implementation of obama care. >> we know that it is making $600 billion in cuts to medicare. we know that it is not ready for primetime. there have been 1200 wavers given to this program. >> democrats noting that they control the senate b republicans for staging largely symbolic votes that will have the effect, they said, of starving the government of funding and plunging the country into crisis. >> a shutdown is not a tactic, it's not a strategy, it is a failure for this country. let us not be the country who's representatives cannot work together. >> oh, but that's us. on the vote to delay obama care by one year, two republicans joined in. two republicans said no. 17 democrats joined with the republicans on that vote to repeal the tax on medical devices. a similar measure passed earlier
in the year. >> it could be dead on arrival. we've heard from a couple of senators who have had a bit of buyers remorse. one from west virginia, a few -- a handful of them who have medical device manufacturing facilities in their state but if democratic leadership has anything to do with it? do you think they're going to let them vote with republicans? >> harry reid said it won't happen. darrell issa got angry. how can you presume it's going to fail before it's going to fail? we know that the senate won't even take it up if that's the case. >> the president says he's going to veto it. >> well, are you really negotiating if you're offering something to someone who's already said they will not accept what you're offering? is that negotiating? >> is that a discussion? no. representative duncan hunter earlier on the show gave us a little bit behind the scenes on how this vote unfolded because they know what they're up against the president and the senate. here's congressman duncan hunter this morning. >> number one, a crisis is when you have a family member get
sick. a crisis is when you lose your job. a crisis is not when the bureaucrats here in dc don't have to go to work for two or three days. so i'm not sure that it's going to be as bad as people think, number one. number two, as well, if the government shutting down in this country affects the economy that badly, then maybe the government is too deeply involved in the american economy. i think we have to play this out and see it. >> and wasting money. two things are happening right now as we head for this precipice right now. the government is fighting over some budget increases right now, pork barrel spending that's being shoved into the spending bill. tom coburn is talking about it. he says, look, you're talking about the shutdown. there are all of these pork projects shoved in here. >> not just one wine project. 35 different wine projects out there. the study of wine. >> but isn't it important to have radio ads about blueberries? blueberries have antioxidants -- come on, how about funding for maple weekend.
everybody loves syrup on pancakes and waffles. >> very important. those are the types of back home pork projects that are being shoved in there. something else is happening, which is that it's the end of the month. it's also the end of that budgetary process. that means that all of these agencies are trying at the end of the month to buy things, going on a bit of a spending spree. >> use it or lose it. >> next year's budget when it comes up, they'll say, hey, we notice you didn't use your full budget. you probably don't need as much many. >> veterans affairs department, $562,000 for artwork. >> sunrise photos in the lobby. this is no joke. they're buying sunrise photos. >> toner cartridges. everybody needs some print toner, $144,000. >> what about cubical furniture rehab for 178 grand for the coast guard? they had some holes in their curvy couches and needed break. >> have you ever gotten a stain on a couch? ever had coffee spilled on a
couch. $178,000 to get it fixed? will a little obviousy clean, scrub brush, scotch guard on it. >> or just some skouch. >> yeah. >> club soda. >> chris wells is going to join us in five or ten minutes to talk about what happened last night in congress. >> more on the government shutdown as we proceed here on "fox & friends" this morning. >> i have more headlines at seven minutes after the hour. making news this morning. fox news alert. terrorists striking on a college campus in northeast nigeria overnight. islamic extremists gunning down students as they slept and torched classrooms at an agricultural college. they say as many as 50 students may have been killed in that attack. louisiana police are trying to figure out why a man walked into a church service opening fire killing a pastor while at the pulpit. ronald harris sr. was gunned down while preaching friday night in front of some 65 people, including his wife. police say woodrow carrey shot
harris twice at close range before taking off. he later called them to surrender. investigators aren't sure whether the two men even knew each other gentleman the father of a dodgers fan stabbed to death during a fight with giants fans will return to the scene of his son's death to make a public plea today. he wants anyone who may have seen or recorded what happened to his son to come forward. police released their only suspect, michael montgomery, because there wasn't enough evidence to charge him. and a new beauty queen has been crowned, everybody. >> wahoo! >> and the winner of miss world 2013 is -- >> 23-year-old megan young took the top honor at the miss world competition held in bali, indonesia. she was born in the united states and moved to the philippines at the age of 10. she beat out 127 contestants vying for the title.
sort of an american world. >> the only one who trumps her, miss universe. >> miss j.d. >> i don't know the order of those things. by the way, i just did "fox & friends" weekend, ffweekend on twitter and tweeted my national coffee day. it's not very lady like, i'll just put that out there. >> your picture. >> yes. >> jeans shorts. >> little tease. chug a lug. >> take a look. this is what we're dealing with, northwest moisture. not only a lot of rain but some mountain snow. this is going to continue not only today but unfortunately through monday and tuesday as you look through the forecast satellite radar imagery. big storm from the gulf of alaska bringing quite a bit of rain and mountain snow. we're watching the potential for heavy rain across parts of texas and the gulf coast. we have two to four, even six inches of rainfall within the last six to 12 hours. flash flood watches and warnings are posted for parts of san
antonio up towards austin. there are your temperatures. very warm across the central u.s. beautiful across the east coast. cooler for the northwest. back to you guys on the kirby couch. >> thanks, janice. >> thanks so much. seventh grader suspended at a school because he brought this to school with him. this little key chain that he had. here it was. >> he got it at an arcade. they say it's the size of a quarter. it looks bigger than that at a second take here. do you think he should be suspended for this? it apparently fell out of his backpack and another kid held it up and started waiving it around. now because of the zero tolerance policy, the student who brought it to school is suspended. >> it is bigger than a quarter and it kind of looks like a derringer. >> robert osbourne sent be this in. he said, this is his gun. >> that's a real gun. >> it's a real gun. a little bit bigger than his
quarter. it holds five shots. this is from one of our viewers this morning sending it in. it's had ard to say. it has a little key chain part on the bottom of it that the kid had. >> i don't think you have to suspend somebody. say don't bring that anymore. >> when we're hearing stories about little kids eating cheese into the shape of a gun or pop tart and the same type of thing happens, it does raise a red flag. >> this does walk the line. >> carolyn writes this and says, this is getting beyond ridiculous. way overdone by school officials. jody writes us, i absolutely think this is ridiculous. suspending a kid for a gun that's no bigger than a quarter? maybe the schools need to re-evaluate and get back to plain common sense. >> use common sense. this is one where they take it away. don't ever bring that again. do you have to suspend them? i don't think so. >> let us know what you think, ffweekend on twitter. house lawmakers are passing a bill while delaying obama care. is it dead on arrival in the
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wallace, the host of "fox news sunday". >> hey, chris. >> it's essentially a game of hot potato. the senate will be taking a vote monday when they come back. is this dead on arrival? >> yeah. it's as simple as that. the senate majority leader, the head of the democrats, harry reid said he is absolutely going to reject this. because of the fact that this is a little different than the first time it came over, this is now ping ponging a message. there's no possibility of a filibuster. he can get 51 votes and he has 55 democrats in the senate. and he can just put it in the trash can and then it will be back on the house republicans to decide what to do. and i have to say, i think most people in washington really until late this week thought this was all political theater. they were going to come to an agreement, that the government wouldn't be shut down. i think that changed yesterday.
i think now people generally assume because the senate isn't going to come back until 2:00 on monday. >> right. >> there's only ten hours between then and midnight when we hit the witching hour. i think the chances are better than even that we'll have a government shutdown. >> you're a young guy. you were like a teenager in 1995 when this happened before. any sort of similarities, the undercurrent, when president clinton was the president, newt gingrich was in the house? >> each party was united. the big split now is within the republican party because there are a lot of republicans who don't want to have the government shutdown and it's really the most conservative faction of republicans who say, look, we hate obama care. we have some leverage now with the government running out of money and we want to have this fight. this is not a fight that the leadership in the house or the senate, republican leadership, wanted to have. it's been forced on them by the most conservative tea party
factions. they're going to have it. that's a big difference. >> chris, nobody is going to be left holding the bag. democrats are saying that republicans are political arsonists and an ar kiss. they're to blame for this. >> well, that's the reason, anna, that you've got this mess, because both sides think they have the political high ground. most outside observers think, but they're not sure because this is unchartered territory, the fact that it will end up helping democrats more than it will republicans. at this point you have to remember, for a lot of these house republican members, they are in very conservative districts. their only concern is a primary that they would have to face a conservative even more to the right than they are. and if they're seen as going soft on obama care, which is a big voting issue for a lot of people, then, you know, they'd
be in trouble. i think that this could go on for a while. i think the most conservative el. inside the house real-- elemente house is not going to back down. that means stalemate, that means shutdown. >> the last show down lasted 21 days. you have ten seconds to tell us who is on the show? >> first of all, kevin mccarthy. the house republican whip. he'll tell us what they're going to do after it's rejected by the senate and then a debate over obama care. the public exchanges start on tuesday. we'll be talking to mike lee, tim cane. >> we know mike lee can talk. he was part of the filibuster. >> that's right. chris wallace, host of "fox news sunday." thank you. >> coming up next on the show, call it plane insane. how did the bus end up on an air part tarmac? >> wrong turn. we have the story coming up. they lost their lives fighting for freedom and this
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welcome back. kenyan officials reportedly were warned about the possibility of a terror attack before the september 21st mall massacre in nairobi. law enforcement officials issued a report. at least 67 people were killed in last week's attack. fox news confirming the second in command of the nation's nuclear arsenal has been suspended from his duties. navy vice admiral tim giardina
is under investigation for his possible involvement in illegal gambling, using fake chips. anna? clinton, thank you. 23 minutes after the hour on this sunday morning. today marks the 77th anniversary of gold star mother's day. it was created by congress to honor those women whose sons or daughters were killed fighting in america's wars. today we are honoring two of those gold star moms and they join us now. with us is nancy fuentes whose son specialist daniel fuentes and emily torro. private isaac corro was killed in iraq. thank you for raising two amazing individuals and for the sacrifices you've made and your families have made. >> thank you for having us. >> nancy, if you could tell us about daniel. what was he like? i know on 9/11 a lot of people said, i'm scared to go serve. that was the opposite for him. >> yes. he actually said that he wanted to make a difference, to be able
to have this nation safer and he wanted to make a change. >> what did he do? what was his job there? >> he was a gunner. >> how did he pass away? >>. >> the trucks where they were going through the road, it was an ied, i believe. he was killed instant. >> gosh, i know it's tough to even think about. emily, how about isaac? >> isaac was my gentle giant. he wanted to be a police officer so he joined the military and once joining the military, finishing boot camp, he changed his mind and said he wanted to make the army his career. >> he was a bigger guy. he made a lot of sacrifices to lose some weight. >> yes, he did. he lost close to 100 pounds just so that he could be able to enlist in the army. >> what was his job and how did he pass away?
>> he was infantry and he was a driver and they went over an ied killing him and the gunner and wouldn'ting the other two guys in the back. >> nancy, to be a gold star mom today and be honored by our nation and all of the "fox & friends" viewers, what does that mean to you? >> well, first of all, it's really something that we don't want -- >> the title you never want to have, right? >> no, it's not, but unfortunately, you know, we are. and by being a gold star mom, we want to do everything to be able to keep our sons' memory alive. we do so. we do a lot of fundraisers. we do a lot of scholarships. >> you're doing something today, right? >> well, we were discussing about that. later on there's a couple of events. we'll see from there. >> i notice on your shirt, who do you have there? >> this is danny. this is danny. my baby. >> never being forgotten. >> no. next saturday we're having an
eisenhower event. we're reading the names of all new york state fallen heroes from iraq and afghanistan. that's something me and emily have been working on. couple years now. >> isaac, you know, you say he's your gentle giant. i'm sure you miss him on mother's day, thanksgiving, christmas. on a day like today is there anything good you can take away from this? >> losing isaac has opened up my eyes to a lot of things and instead of me staying in that box and just wither away, i chose to honor him and unfortunately he's not here, but i know he sees that i'll do anything to honor my son and all who have sacrificed before, during, and after. the only thing i can do. >> ladies, thank you so much for being here today and for your son's service. we never want to forget the sacrifices that the families make as well. >> thank you. >> thank you. 27 minutes after the hour on
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bad" location. even talked to the woman who lives in the house where walter white lived and will return to tonight. >> you're such a big fan, you're going to have a party with pigs in the blanket. >> in south philadelphia. chicky and petes. we'll have a big event. >> very jealous. we're going to have friends over watching "breaking bad." we're thinking about big finales. that's one of the best written shows ever on television. will it ever live up to the hype? some of the finales failed. you still have fewer viewers but it's not as successful. >> i think this is going to be a winner. >> i hope so. >> like the "sopranos." >> there you go. we have a clip of that one. take a look. >> go ahead and order something. ♪ don't stop believing ♪ hold on to that feeling ♪ street lights
♪ don't stop >> the door opens and then of course the show's creators then said, you can assume what happened. >> what? he gets shot? >> he gets shot. right. >> that's what they alluded to. they want you to leave it up to your interpretation. >> for me the music plays such a big role. in "sopranos" it did. journey's "don't stop believing." "friends" theme song as well. >> that was your favorite? >> i loved the show more than the finale anyway. jennifer aniston's character, monica -- excuse me, rachael. ross said he loved her so much. he chased her down in an airport. they go off to central pesecent have a cup of coffee. >> i remember having people over in the '90s for "seinfeld"
because i love "seinfeld" so they ended up in jail. it ended in a flat manner for me. i was very, very, very disappointed. >> a lot of people. the show was so great. one of the funniest shows in television history. larry david got everybody back together. that's the finale that should have happened. you've not ever seen the "seinfeld" episodes on curb your enthusiasm. i was excited about my favorite show. it came at a period during the writer's strike "lost." abc down in the dumps. this was the big finale of "lost." it was such a weird farewell and you kind of learned it was kind of all a dream but you weren't really sure. i wanted it to be better than it was, but we had a big viewing party for this, a bunch of friends got together and watched "lost." >> "lost" was a cult following. i was in for a little while. if you missed a couple episodes,
you're out. absolutely lost. >> that was another television show i never watched another episode "lost." >> we asked everybody at home what they thought. p.j., the newhart show was the best. bob waking up with suzanne pleshette realizing it was just a dream. >> you're all crazy! honey. honey. honey, wake up. you won't believe the dream i just had. >> right, bob? what is it? >> i was an inn keeper in this crazy little town in vermont. >> and of course because that show did that, that it was all a dream, no other show could do that again. >> that's right. what was it, "dallas" there was a rumor that was going to be a dream, too. who shot j.r. and all of that stuff?
that's going way back. sorry. >> raymond writes us, he says -- chip writes us, he said "raymond" was the most satisfying finale. the whole family was shown settling down to eat. it was like the famous painting of the last supper. here's that. >> getting a little too crowded in here. >> yeah, it is. you know what, we need a bigger table. >> all right. so we've been getting so many of these tweets and i actually got one that said, this one came from bud williams "roseanne" finale, thank god she is off the air. >> there was "cheers." remember that one. >> let us know what you think, ffweekend on twitter. does one stand out to you, janice? >> i don't remember a lot of them. the one i do remember is the "sopranos" because i thought the power went out. i was watching it in houston. then it went black. i thought, oh, my gosh, my power went out. i realized, it was over. clayton, you mentioned he was
supposed to be shot. i like it that they left it up in the air. >> i'm sorry i ruined it. >> it's been a few years. spoiler alert is over. sorry i ruined it for you. >> in the interviews the show's creators are letting you to believe that -- >> that's what it seemed like. >> i heard they were thinking of making a movie and recently before james gandolfini passed away, he mentioned that he would be up for that. he was one of our greatest actors. i had a major crush on him. >> just out. >> supposed to be great. let's take a look at the weather and we'll talk more about tv throughout the show. this has been a great topic. satellite radar imagery. the frontal boundary is bringing some rain across the great lakes and down into the south especially texas where they received 3 to 6 inches in some areas around san antonio, up towards austin. very short period of time. we have this big blockbuster storm across the northwest bringing not only inches of rain but mountain snow. taking a look at portland,
oregon, over the next couple of days. it will be a day where you are staying indoors. blustery conditions as well into monday and tuesday. things start to get better wednesday into thursday. there are your highs today. cool across the northwest. that should be expected with that big storm system. warm across the central u.s. and beautiful conditions all up and down the east coast including here in new york city and boston and washington, look at these temperatures heading into wednesday. we'll be into october into the 80s. a last gasp of summer which i love. beautiful. if you live in new york, you need to be outside doing some picnicking or outdoor activities. back inside. >> 76 degrees for the game out in denver, the eagles versus the broncos. >> 4:20 eastern time. >> you'll be watching it on your couch. >> that's right. >> now to the rest of the stories making neweadlines on this sunday morning. mass chaos at a high school football game in indianapolis.
two rival assistant coaches start throwing punches after a player is tackled out of bounds, and then both teams and the fans even start joining in. police called in to the scene. one of the coaches even landed in the hospital. >> teach our kids not to retaliate when that happens, and the fact that he did throw a punch even though he was hit, he was provoked, that's something we can't condone. >> one coach has been suspended for the rest of the season. the indiana athletics association says they are investigatings. a get away interrupted. a man is in custody after he stole a bus and drove it across runways at an airport at texas a&m on verse ciuniversity. he was confronted by the airport. here's a fun one, could be the luckiest piglet ever.
escaping his fate on a dinner plate. he fell off a truck on the way to be slaughtered. the little guy, now named yoda, will spend the rest of his life at an animal sanctuary in canada. he has a little sweater to keep him warm guys. the rescue group says yoda loves to crawl into people's laps and be rescued. >> such a ham. >> all right. coming up here on the show, extremists -- extremist attacks on christians has lawmakers coming together in a rare bipartisan move. father john is here with details about that. plus, it's one of the most popular reality shows out there. a fan favorite from the real housewives of new jersey won't be back next season. find out next. >> can we get rid of all of them? >> hey. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪
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welcome back. i have some quick headlines for you. listen to this. whoa. a piece of history goes up or down in smoke in pennsylvania. demolition crews imploded an 87-year-old masontown bridge. when that bridge was built in 1925, anna, let me take you back. >> take me there. >> mt. rushmore was just a proposal. chicago hosted a world's fair. and the pittsburgh pirates won the world series. i think the pirates are finally back into the playoffs this year. here we go, a real housewives of new jersey fan favorite is reportedly leaving the show. the familiar face will take her place. caroline manzou is getting her own spinoff. you can still see her. her estranged sister dena is said to be in serious talks to
return to the show after a three season hiatus. >> thank goodness. >> welcome back, dena. >> i haven't watched in three years. the house of representatives voted in favor of creating a special envoy for religious freedom in south central asia and the middle east. this comes as religious attacks are on the rise globely. >> -- globally. joining us is father morris. >> good morning, father. >> when we hear about what was going on in kenya at the mall and people are being targeted for being nonmuslim, is this something that is going to help us having this envoy? what do you think about congress approving this? >> let's remind ourselves that administration after administration in the united states has recognized that religious liberty is the litmus test for democracy. and what we're seeing now throughout the middle east and south central asia is basically a cleansing of other religious
denominations and groups besides muslim unfortunately. and we have to decide as a country whether or not we're going to take this seriously. when we have attacks just in egypt, great partner of ours, 40 churches attacked for the last few months. >> it seems like we have support. when we have this battle for government shutdown and republicans not coming together. >> yes, but there are 402 votes in favor of this. this is a law that has been supported by the united methodist commission as well as the southern baptists as well as the u.s. conference of catholic bishops, but two years ago the same bill was passed by the house in a similar overwhelming majority, sent to the senate and was turned down. what they're afraid of, i think, is basically creating another department that's not going to do anything. if we have an envoy, they need to have an independent voice.
they can't be another department, another office within the secretary of state. >> how do they do that? what does that look like? >> i think we need somebody who has independent credibility. a big name who is going to be able to say as a representative of the united states we, the president, the congress, the state department are not taking seriously this issue and somebody who has a big enough name that they're going to get news when they speak up and say, you know what, we're giving money to countries like egypt, countries like pakistan and we're not protecting religious liberty. >> what about a name like father jonathan morris. >> dangerous? >> very credible. pastor warren. >> that's a good idea. >> father john, great to see you this morning. >> thank you guys. >> have a great sunday. while you were sleeping, our nation inchesing closer to the government shut down. is this bill dead on arrival once it hits the senate? if so, what's the backup plan. congressman mike mccall joins us at the top of the hour.
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things, we have to allow them to do what they want to do. how much pushing did you do or how much did audra just want to do it herself. >> i absolutely did no pushing. >> wow. >> audra does everything because she wants to do it. she has a big heart and she's very dedicated. and when she sets her mind to do something, believe it or not, she does it. it could seem impossible. i look at her sometimes and think, how are you doing this? she just does it. it's in her makeup. i'm very, very proud. >> audra, very often when people spread themselves so thin, something ends up suffering. you're the homecoming queen, so you clearly have a lot of friends. and you're not just on the football team, but you're the starting kicker on the football team, among other things. how do you do all this and manage all of it? what is your advice for other teenagers? >> i think with all of my activities, it really helps me because it makes me dedicate my
time to school work. and with, like, my sports. so if i didn't do everything, i think that i probably would be just an average kid. >> so, gina, be honest. does anything suffer? do you have to prod her to get the homework done because she's doing five other activities all the time or is she still a student, as well? >> she's still a stellar student. she's a normal girl. she has strengths and has room for improvement. athletics comes very easy to her. academics, she has to work very hard. my husband is more of the athletic person. i'm more on the academic side. i'm always on her. >> audra, i know at point park university, i think that's where you want to go, i'm a fan of pittsburgh city where i spent my college years. what do you want to do with your life? >> i do want to attend point park university and i want to either study in psychology or public relations. so after schooling, i want to grow up and have like a little family and have a good job.
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good sunday morning. i'm anna. while you were sleeping, we just inched closer to a government shutdown. house lawmakers passed a bill that continues to fund the government while delaying obama care. what's next? we're live in washington, d.c. with the details. and confused about obama care? you're not alone. listen. >> somebody please call an ambulance. >> no, don't call an ambulance. i don't have health insurance. >> what? why didn't you sign up? >> it was too complicated to figure out. >> even the comedians in "saturday night live" are not missing out on the opportunity. take a little swipe there last night. and michael, take a look at this. it's an extreme workout called crossfit. it's hard enough for adults. would you want your kids to do it? well, too bad. we have a group of toddlers live doing the workout this hour. crossfit toddlers.
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it's a fox alert right now, while you were sleeping, lawmakers in the house decided to delay obama care by one year and repeal a tax on those medical devices that was used to help fund obama care. now that they're sending that bill back to the senate, what is going to happen? is it going to face a certain death there? let's ask james rowsen live in washington, d.c. with the answers. james, is it dead on arrival? >> well, the known predictor of certain death, james rowsen, has this to say to you. on this very program in the last hour, a house republican explained why he joined with virtually all of his republican colleges to attached to the emergency funding bill that would keep uncle sam from shutting down on tuesday, a measure that delays obama care by one year. >> in these situations, you have to do what you think is right and, you know, let the cards fall where they may. that's what we're doing. it's, again, up to the senate.
all we're asking for is a one-year delay again. it should be fairly easy, in my opinion, seeing how bad the rollout of over bam ma care has been. >> the gop controlled house voted around midnight to repeal a tax on medical devices. 17 democrats joined in that and the house voted unanimously to continue paying u.s. troops in the event of a government shutdown. but democrats who controlled the senate vowed indeed that the obama care provision is dead on arrival there leaving steny hoyer to warn after the vote, and i quote, i don't think we're near the precipice of a government shutdown, we are on the precipice. i don't think any more ping-pong between the two chambers will give us anything. they won't take yes for an answer. they're getting their spending number. the president said yes to their number, asked if it would require a coalition of democrats and defecting republicans to avert a shutdown at this point, hoyer replied glumly, it would appear that that's the case.
so fox & friends in new york on this national coffee day, we bring you the usual trademark blend of pathology and glumly. >> james rowsen, always great to see you. thanks for breaking it down for us and bringing us the latest news on that. if it does happen, maybe the only look will be past history. 1995, 21 days it lasted back then, up until january. it went right through the holidays. it went right through the new year into january. >> yeah, well it only lasted 21 days, but it had a big economic impact, too. i was watching fox report last night, $1.4 billion was the cost to taxpayers from the trickle down from all of it. and that was only through three weeks. and it appears it's dead on arrival from the senate and a vow to veto from the president. >> and the senate doesn't get together until, what, 2:00 tomorrow afternoon? it's just a few hours. is it something you fear?
i mean, you said the military is still going to get paid, right? >> yeah. the military will get paid. here are a few of the things that won't get cut. national defense. the house passed a bill. now the senate has to sign that extension for national defense and our troops. >> social security checks, medicare and medicaid. >> some of the paperwork of paperwork and the processing of those applications could get delayed. >> what is going to get cut? national parks, museums, 40% of nonfederal employees will be furloughed. you know who will be picking up the slack, people who are defense employees. >> 800,000 to 1 million people furloughed tomorrow at midnight? >> that's a lot. >> also some of the paperwork processing, permits, passports, things like that. >> so are you relieved the government is going to have to shut things down and get out of
the way? susan wrote us this morning, let it shut down. time to draw a line in the cement and let it harden. >> brent from texas, the last time the government shut down, i saw no preservable changes in my everyday life. how much money will we save when we shut down? maybe it's a good thing. >> the obama care chaos hits the set of "saturday night live." you know when they start making fun of you, things have gotten pretty bad. it's all about the confusion associated with it. take a look. >> i've asked regular americans to come out and tell you how the affordable care act will change your life for the better. >> thank you. thank you, mr. president. and let me start by saying, i am psyched for obama care. >> there you go. i love that enthusiasm. >> because now that i've got free health care, i can get sick all the time. >> i'm senator ted cruz. and i do not like you in a box.
i do not like you with a fox. >> oh, no, not more dr. seuss. come on. >> i speak for the trees because the trees do not speak. ♪ stand up be like me ♪ ♪ it's as easy as one to three four five six seven eight night ♪ >> somebody, please call an ambulance. >> no, don't call an ambulance. i don't have health insurance. >> why didn't you sign up? >> it was too complicate dollars to figure out. i'm not a citizen, either. >> okay. i have not explained this law well, okay? my apologies, all right? >> and live from new york, it's saturday night! >> that's not going to sit well with the white house this morning. when the comedians are taking on obama care, you know it's reached the mainstream in a lot of the confusion. so we will see to us when those when those exchanges unfold, will there be mass confusion? >> even though there's a
shutdown, it still will open on tuesday. >> and it goes to show, too, that the lives that were put into place to get this passed through, not a single republican in the house or senate went along with it in the first place. remember, if you like your doctor, you like your insurer, you're going to be able to keep them. that's not the case. and when the exchanges go into effect on tuesday, the doctors haven't been i.d.'ed yet. >> so it will be interesting to watch. more on that coming up here on the show. >> now that the rest of your headlines making news on this sunday, the father of a daughter stabbed to death during a fight during giants fans will return to the scene today. he believes someone may have recorded the altercation on their cell phone and wants anyone with information to come forward. police have released their only suspect because there wasn't enough evidence to charge him. louisiana police are trying to figure out what provoked a
man to walk into a church service and open fire killing a pastor at the pulpit. police say woodrow karey shot him at close range. investigators aren't sure if the two men even knew one another. and there's word this morning that kenyan officials had word about the possibility of a terror attack before the september 21st mall massacre. last year, law enforcement submitted a report saying al shabab could strike a number of targets, including the west gate shopping mall. at least 67 people were killed during the four-day standoff. the apparent failures are expected to be the topic of a government hearing tomorrow. could there be a softer side to alec baldwin? the actor known for his outbursts, like the most recent one where he fought with a photographer now making a cameo
appearance in his wife's dvd. he helps her with stretching and poses. the couple welcomed their first child together in august. >> oh, he's helping her with butterfly pose. breathe, honey. >> we need to watch some football today. janet is going to give us the weather report in each of the nfl cities. >> i am so not prepared. >> she doesn't even know about that. >> which city are you hoping for? >> denver. >> denver i think looks pretty good, actually. i'll have to check my maps later. >> but apparently we have an extreme weather alert. >> we do. are you going to do that for me? >> can i do it for you? >> seattle got hit hard yesterday by heavy, steady rain and high winds and nasty weather, flooding from streets, homes and headlights, even knocking out power to tens of thousands of people. it's not only raining up there, they have snow already. >> there's no football games there today, are they?
>> i don't think seattle play peps. >> they're going to have to close the roof in seattle if that's the case. >> they've seen a tremendous amount of rain not only in the last 24 hours, but as we move ahead, we're going to see more rain in this saturated area. so taking a look at the satellite radar imagery, you can see a lot of rain pushing into seattle and portland and idaho. see the pinks and whites? that is snow in the higher elevation. they get it this time of year, but big storms like this are a pretty rare event as we head into october. satellite radar imagery gives you that rainfall. we're expecting 2 to 4, even 6 inches of rain. flash flooding is going to be possible in all of these spots. they get a tremendous amount of rain. and taking a look at seattle, today, not so good. it's going to be 100% chance of rain and blustery conditions. 57 is your daytime high. heading into tuesday and wednesday, things start to taper off, but we're still going to see some rain in the forecast. denver, i will check that out for you guys and get back to you
on that forecast. >> i'm no genius, but i think that's going to probably rain. >> there's going to be moisture. >> and our seattle viewers, let us know. can you close the roof in the seattle state? >> that's a great question. tweet us. >> the noisiest stadium in the nfl. >> how so? >> they get loud. it's like a college stadium. >> amazing information we find out from fox & friends weekend. coming up on the show, is a-rod's career finally open on? opening up and calling the last year of his life a living nightmare. and what else he had to say. and how lawmakers passing a bill to fund government while delaying ee bam ma care. but is the bill dead on arrival? if so, what is the backup plan? congressman mccaul joins us next hour. [ male announcer ] progresso's so passionate about its new
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wile you were sleeping, the house voted in favor of a became that dlaid delays obama care. >> senator ted cruz had this to say to senate majority leader harry reid. in my view, harry reid should call the senate back in today. if harry reid forces a government shutdown, that will be a mistake. i hope he backs off the cliff we're heading towards. >> yeah. here now with a reaction is chairman of the house homeland security committee, congressman michael mccaul.
had a late night getting these votes out there. what do you make of this latest back and forth? do you think senate majority leader harry reid will call the senate back? if not, are we headed for a shutdown? >> i hope so. we were working until 1:00 in the morning to keep the government open and give the american people what they want, which is a one-year delay in the implementation of obama care. i think this bill is not ready for prime time. there are too many problems with it. and the president has exempted major corporationes from this law. he's exempted the employer mandates for businesses. why not give average americans a delay in implementation of this law, as well? we think it makes a lot of sense. and when he goes over there, i wish the senate would come back into town today. they have a make a choice and these vulnerable senate democrats will be on the line with their vote and they will be held accountable in the next election cycle. >> well, you don't -- we paint a picture like that, everybody is
against this obama care. there are some people and congress address today people who do want to sign up for this. i mean, it is law. the president ran on it. that was his signature legislation and he was re-elected. for the people out there who don't want obama care to be delayed, what do you say to them? >> listen, one of my staff members tried to sign up for the exchanges and they have him in the wrong state. he is in texas and they put him in massachusetts. i filed a bill. i'm hoping in this next round when it comes back from the senate, we can explain it. senator vitter did this, i've introduced a legislation on the house side to do away with this exemption for members of congress and for the president and political appointees not to be held accountable under this law. this is the height of hypocrisy and arrogance for us to pass a law and say, oh, but we're exempt from that. that's precisely what the
administration did through their ruling. i just think it's wrong. if it's good enough for the president of the united states, he ought to be under the same law and as a political appointee. it's good enough for nancy pelosi, then all members of congress should be under this same law. and that's what america is all about. i think that's what people really see is wrong with washington right now. >> what do you say to some of your republican counterparts in the senate, specifically senator john mccain who said this, quote, we will not repeal or defund obama care, we will not. and to think we can is not rational. you guys aren't rational. >> listen, i think the idea of the president of the united states signing a bill that will defund his crowning achievement is probably not realistic. what i think is realistic is the delay and the implementation of one year. you know why that is? because he did that already with the employer mandate. he did that for businesses. he did that for corporations. so our argument in the house is why should he also do that for average americans? >> let's get back to that
amendment you were just talking about. is that a good compromise in your mind? >> i think it's a good leveraging chip because i think the last thing that senate democrats want to see is my bill go over there and they have to vote against it. you know, this is what bothers everybody back home when i talk to them. you you, the ruling class, pass these laws and then you exempt yourself from the law itself. that is the real problem, i think, that americans have with us up here. and we need to fix this. >> all right, congressman, you have a busy day today waiting to see what the senate is going to do. i guess it's a bit of a waiting game right now with this hot potato. thanks so much. >> and thanks so much for having me. >> you got it. >> one neighborhood fought to keep a wounded military hero from getting his dream home. why? because they said it would look bad. well, up next, that vet is here with a big update to a story i know you've been following.
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welcome back. terror striking on a college campus in northeast nigeria overnight. islamic extremists gunning down students as they slept and torching classrooms. the head of the school says as many as 50 students may have been killed. and we've just gotten word that usc trojans have fired head football coach lane giffin. the team dropped to 3-2 after a
blowout loss to arizona state last night. the athletic director wasting no time, notifying kiffin of the move when the team arrived back in los angeles early this morning. that's a nice welcome home present. >> after leaving ut. one of our nations hero hes fighting to get a home will now get one. habitat for humanity planned to build an army sergeant and his family a home. some of his neighbors said it wouldn't fit in with their community. people have donated some $40,000 to build the double bronze star recipient a place to live. joining us now is army sergeant brian wood and his beautiful wife. congratulations on getting the bronze stars and thank you for your service. we really appreciate it, especially on a day where we're
recognizing gold star moms today on fox & friends. but take us back to, really, what happened. because essentially it comes down to the brick and the vinyl and they want all brick. is that it? >> i think it originally started off basically as a misconception of what habitat really is. but yes, in the neighborhood that we're going to be in, it's all brick, primarily brick, and habitat usually builds theirs in vinyl. >> then all of a sudden, you have neighbors saying they want to halt the building of your home. what did that feel like to you? >> oh, wow. at first we were kind of just hurt. but, really, i mean, it's just -- it's just crazy. we were just like, oh, man, crushed. but you know what? we're still just as excited as ever to be able to move there and to meet our neighbors. and even to meet this lady to, you know -- i mean, there's
really no hard feelings. we understand where she's coming from and everything. >> you guys sure are staying above it. brian, i know that you've had some hearing loss and it's limited the job options for you. you now work in a warehouse and you're in the national guard, as well. what has it been like to see this outpouring of support coming from all over the world on social media for you? >> it's been completely amazing. and this is just a true example of god at work. there's been so many prayers going across the nation for us and this has been a year and a half in the process of since applying at first and to where we are now. >> and when do you expect to be breaking ground? >> they're thinking sometime around march or april and around memorial day. >> okay. and how can our viewers help you guys out? >> all donations and everything can be contributed towards habitat for humanity greater
peoria website. there's a website that aaron shock and habitat put up together for the military veterans build. and everything that will be donated is going towards other veterans bills right after ours. >> so the torch keeps going. thank you so much, brian and julie. thank you. >> thank you. >> i can't wait to see the home. i'm sure it's going be beautiful. 28 minutes after the hour now and up next on the rundown here on fox & friends weekend, a seventh grader suspended from school for a gun key chain. they say it's no bigger than a quarter. another example of zero tolerance. has it gone too far? then this little kid couldn't finish his sled ride, so his bulldog does it for him. the amazing video going viral. we'll throw the rest of it to you then. at northrop grumman, we know in the cyber world, threats are always evolving. at first, we were protecting networks.
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>> that's why she's so wired. if there's one person that doesn't need more energy, it's jane. >> i drank the whole box and ate the whole box of doughnuts, as well. >> so there it is, janice. you see that hashtag at the bottom of the screen there, #foxcoffee. we want to see the bed head and everything. >> i'm so lady like, aren't i? >> chug a lug. let's take a look at your weather here in the northeast where we continue to drink our coffee and eat our doughnuts. satellite radar. we've got a cold front pushing across the eastern great lakes and bringing rain across south texas, south central texas. we could see the potential for flash flooding there, not only there, but the northeast where they are dealing with yet another powerful storm that came from the gulf of alaska this morning. now it's pounding through parts of idaho and alaska. look at the heavy rain and snow we're going to see. in some cases, we're going to see upwards of 6 inches of rain in the next 48 hours.
that is going to be a spot we're going to be keeping an eye on. here, as i mentioned, we have the potential for head flooding across south central texas up towards louisiana. in some cases, they could see an additional 1 to 3 inches, but they've already seen in some areas 4 to 6 inches. and i checked the weather maps. mike, for today's game in denver, your eagles against the broncos, it's going to be beautiful. sunshine and 79 degrees. and for the seahawks, they are playing in houston. so they could see a little bit of rain in their forecast, but thankfully, they're not out in seattle where they're dealing with incredible flooding. >> and our viewers wrote to us and said in seattle, they do not have a retractable roof. but in houston, they have a retractable roof. >> very good information. >> thank you, viewers. you guys are smart. you get more coffee and you get a napkin for your fingers. i've got some headlines for everybody at home. 36 minutes after the hour now. a massachusetts state trooper facing dui charges in connection with a crash that killed a mother and daughter.
police say john bafford's blood alcohol level was some three times the legal limit when he hit the family head on last tuesday. he was off duty and has been placed on leave pending the outcome of the investigation. two teenagers are under arrest in connection with a robbery of a television news crew in san francisco. police say the two armed suspects demanded the reporter's expensive, very expensive. the holdup at the latest in a series of robberies of news crews in the san francisco area. some stations regularly hire security guards for their security guards for staff in areas posing a safety risk. and yankee's season is almost over. tomorrow, a-rod's arbitration hearing begins as he appeals the 21 is game ban happened down for his role in the biogenesis drug scandal. if he loses, the penalty would knock him out for the entire 2014 season and the first part of on 2015. a-rod says he is excited to get
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mark, good to have you here. >> thank you very much. appreciate it. >> i really wanted to have you on because to get your perspective on this. and remind all of us what happened to you back in the late '70s. >> well, i was one of the lucky handful that managed to escape the compound and eventually find my way to the canadian embassy. and it became mover recently the subject of argo, how the cia got us out. >> what do you think of the phone call between our president and the president of iran? this will give you a -- are you optimistic? >> well, i think the iranians are pretty sharp. their leadership knows what it wants and the phone call, i'm just afraid that it may be more show than substance. that it's an attempt to fracture the coalition, the sanctions coalition, which is inflicting some real pain on the iranian economy. so far, i think the president
and secretary of state are saying the right things, that talking is great, but we need to wait for the substance. i'm just afraid that when the negotiations get further down the road, we're going to lose sight of that. >> you know, the word trust keeps coming up. can we trust them at all? even during the phone call, there were people, hackers over in iran successfully hacking into united states navy's websites. so is trust the issue for you? we should not get overly optimistic. >> i think that would be one way to put it, yes. if you go back to the last time we negotiated with iran about the hostages, the point of reality is that we didn't get any kind of a bargain. they let the hostages go because they were finished with them. and they had become a liability. and we're not as single minded as they are and we have to worry
about people in our coalition who are anxious to get back to business as usual with iran. i mean, it's just one phone call. but they want those sanctions, to back off those sanctions. but then, you know, the worry is, okay, we back off some of the sanctiones and how do we know they're really backing off with their nuclear program? >> well, exactly, that's right. and for that matter, rouhani doesn't really control that. he works for the ayatollah who makes the decisions and he's been in charge for, what, 15 years? >> yeah. >> so has he changed? i see no evidence he has. >> thank you. great to have you on the show. >> thank you very much. i appreciate it. >> nungs, we're not done yet. it is a hot workout trend that is so tough, some adults just can't handle it. so would crossfit for these little folks here, toddlers, would that be a good idea? let's talk about this.
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welcome back, everybody. two big stories that you ought to follow this week. amanda knox goes back on trial tomorrow in italy for the murder of her roommate back in 2007. yes, it's continuing. but she won't be in the courtroom. the 26-year-old is not required to be there, so she will be up in seattle, washington. amanda was convicted of the crime and spent four years behind bars before being acquitted in 2011. that was overturned back in march. so that sparked the continuation
of a trial on. and have school zero tolerance policies gone too far? a rhode island seventh grader suspended for having a key chain in the shape of a gun. the boy says it fell out of his backpack and another student started playing with it. that's when a teacher confiscated it, and the principal suspended the student three days. we wanted to know what you thought about it. so carolyn wrote in and said it's ridiculous, way overdone by school officials. jody, kind of a similar thought. absolutely think it is ridiculous suspending the child for a gun that's not much bigger than a quarter. maybe the school should get to reevaluating and back to plain old common sense. >> controversy surrounding the fitness phase. this pregnant woman doing cross fit raising eyebrows. >> other things are raised now.
>> now, gaining popularity with toddlers, but is it safe for toddlers. joining us is a cross fit instructor. nice to see you. >> you, too. >> you heard stories about how even adults can't handle it. how is it safe for then kids to be doing this? >> it's safe for kids because it's actually not a scaled down cross fit. it's a total different philosophy. we teach them different movements, but we're not teaching them to deadlift 300 pounds. >> really, you're teaching them to do functional fitness, and essentially, one thing you're teaching them to pick up things correctly so they don't hurt their backs which is something they'll carry along for their lives. >> you teach kids to carry around their backpacks. we're teaching them to properly do things outside and developing a lifelong love of fitness which gets into the conversation about
obesity and the ishzus we're having with kids and not moving around. >> these kids here, we have nice kids in our studio this morning. what exactly are they doing? this is part of the class you would teach, right? >> they're doing a bit of a circuit. glen and legala are doing squats. they're going all the way down to the bottom and all the way to the top. and then nikeel and sasha are doing box jumps. >> what's your name? >> glen. >> glen, winners train, losers complain. is that right? >> yes. >> and what your name? >> mekeel. >> what's your name? >> marta. >> look at these shoes. she's got on shoes and socks are in bunn. what's your name? >> sasha. >> she's owning it. >> and what's your name? >> legala. >> is it fun, too? >> enough of the break. get back to work. come on. >> drop and give me ten. >> how long are the classes? for the 3 to 5s, about a half
hour working out, we incorporate a water break, debrief, talk about what was fun, what was hard. >> it's essentially play for these kids. >> yeah. >> but even recess sometimes gets cut in schools and gym classes get cut in schools. so are you really trying to teach them that working out needs to be part of their life and not just walking around town. >> our number one priority is so they relate to this being fun. so when they're our age, it's not something i i gotta go to the gym, this is good for me. they incorporate it and it becomes a part of where you are. >> can you address some of the concerns about the adult cross fit. these stories about people blowing out their kidneys. we saw the video of the pregnant mom. what about it? >> about a couple of those things. as far as blowing out your kidneys, it's a very rare occurrence. there's no documented cases in kids. it's something that actually a well-tuned athlete would see more than a novice, and as far as pregnant women working out, if you're consistently -- i'm
not a doctor, but if you're consistently -- i would not tell someone who is pregnant to start cross fit when they're pregnant. >> start a new hobby, when you're pregnant. >> but that only happens if you push yourself. so i know two people who got rabdo due to medication. >> what is that? >> i'm not a doctor, but it's basically when you're beyond the limits of what your body can handle and it can in some cases cause kidney failure. >> so just to be clear, the kids stuff here is way separate from the adultses stories. >> we do similar movements, but we don't stress speed and intensity. we stress good form and good movement. >> i have to tell you, i'm exhausted ju eed just watching . >> they're kids. they have all the energy in the world. >> good luck. michelle, how can people find out about the toddler stuff you do? >> we have it at three gyms
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friends" this morning. >> we have consumed a lot of coffee this morning so we have to end the show now. >> the manager asked, how many cups of coffee do you need? these are mine. >> show everybody what we're doing since we have a couple seconds. >> we're starting a new google hangout. go to google plus, follow our fox and friends page. ask questions live. join the hang out. we're right here. here's what a google hang out looks like. we're live right now. it's the future. >> that wasn't looking up my skirt, wasn't it? >> i checked. >> all over the website. >> and bill o'reilly on tomorrow. >> he's going to be there. >> how do you trump that? with donald trump. >> and mario lopez. >> beautiful weather on the east coast? >> fantastic. you need to be outdoors and we'll keep an eye on the northwest, too, because they're seeing record flooding. >> janice will be all over that. thank you for waking up with us this morning. >> hang with the network all
day, we have big news. >> potential government shutdown. logon to "fox & friends" for the after show show. >> cheers. >> have a great day. and we start with the fox alert that the clock is ticking, the deadline is closer. just 38 hours to go before the first potential government shutdown in nearly two decades. and after working overnight, congress this morning has no deal to fund the government beyond monday night at midnight, and the president continues to draw the line, saying he will not negotiate and blooming republicans for the looming shutdown. in the early morning hours on capitol hill, the house passing that temporary spending measure that keeps the government open and delaying obama care for a year, but senate democrats and the white house say